Monday, February 18, 2008

Featured Quilt Of The Week ~ 6

I didn't post a "Featured Quilt Of The Week" for last week, I just got sidetracked! So here is the one for this week! Actually, this one is still just a top. It is called "Road To Dixie" I made it a few years ago and really enjoyed sewing this one together. It is a queen size top. The border fabric is my favorite, it is navy paisley. This is one that I hope to get quilted soon.


13 comments:

Amelia said...

Lots of cutting of little pieces and work went into this beautiful quilt...you should be pleased with it as it is outstanding.

BitnByAQuiltingBug said...

I love this one. WOW! Yes, I had to go find the pattern online and save it to make later. Yours is amazing. I love the colors and that border....

Michelle said...

That is a beautiful quilt Kristie! You should be proud!

Cindy (aka Peony the House Elf) said...

I just love it. Now I need to make one. So for every featured quilt of the week that you've shown I now need them all. I love the colors and the border fabric sets it off.

Jen said...

That is a really cool pattern!! I've never seen one like that before it's like a Jacob's Ladder and Pinwheel combined! VERY COOL!!!

I think you need to send it this way...I could quilt it and then never send it back!

Nancy said...

Very nice quilt design and colors. I also just found the pattern online - interesting how the pinwheel design is actually part of the Jacob's ladder. Sounds like you have some takers if you need to make more space by unloading some quilt tops!

Screen Door said...

I love the colors in this piece-- Looks like spring. You definitely need to finish it....

Gina said...

I love this one. I've never seen the pattern to it either. i would put it right at the top of the to quilt pile.

love and hugs xxx

Suzan said...

Very pretty quilt. I love tiny pieces but only when someone else is doing them!

Guðrún said...

That one is a beauty, I wish I could see all your quilts, it would take days I imagine.

Moneik said...

That's a very pretty quilt Kristie! You do such amazing work. Good luck with all those kids running under foot.

Lynne in Hawaii said...

That is an amazing quilt! I'll adopt it if you need to find a home for it:-)

AJ said...

Wow, the colors in this quilt are breathtaking. You are very talented.